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As mentioned in our previous post, Microsoft’s study [PDF] behind Operation b70 found that PC consumers might be at risk of malware infection even with brand new computers, if the computers come pre-installed with counterfeit versions of Windows software. This is what happened to some consumers in China who purchased their computers from an untrusted supply chain. […]

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We, like most in the security community, have been following the latest developments with the Mac OS X Flashback Trojan and it’s exploitation of the recently patched Java vulnerability (CVE-2012-0507).  This story has a lot of interesting twists and turns: The Flashback Trojan is a relatively new Trojan family, appearing on the scene late last summer/early September […]

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